Written by John F. Mendoza

1985
Work of Edward Marlo, Randy Wakeman

86 pages (Spiralbound), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with photographs.
Language: English

(55 entries)

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John F. Mendoza Introduction iv
Edward Marlo Foreword Marlo's fourth foreword vi
Randy Wakeman Acknowledgements vii
Randy Wakeman R.W. Four Card Stunner four selections are found by spectators themselvesInspired byAlso published here 1
Edward Marlo Dribble Force Procedure for multiple selections, first one freeRelated to 1
Derek Dingle No-Lap Switch brief 2
Randy Wakeman Ascension Transposition Queens on table, four spot cards in hand, one by one Queens are placed among spot cards and vanish, then a spot card is put on table, transposition finaleInspired byAlso published here 4
Edward Marlo OPEC Count brief 4
Randy Wakeman Give us this Day our Daley Aces Daley's Last as climaxAlso published here 7
Larry Jennings, Edward Marlo Mechanical Change/Second Deal brief 7
Unknown Toss Discovery friction 8
Randy Wakeman Spreading it a Little Too Thin too long spread is suspended in mid-air, based on Neal Elias idea from "At the Table", perpendicular 11
Randy Wakeman Randymar Aces Inspired byVariations 12
Randy Wakeman, Edward Marlo Marlo's Jumping Jacks 16
Edward Marlo Olram Subtlety 16
Randy Wakeman Three Phase Follow-Up Aces come to top twice, then vanishInspired byVariations 19
John F. Mendoza Throwing the Switch brief 19
Randy Wakeman The Joliet Jack-in-the-Box transposition of cased card with signed selection, inspired by Solomon's "Jack-in-the-Box" 23
Randy Wakeman, Jim Ryan Ryan Bill Tear Re-Visited Variations 26
Randy Wakeman Randy gets Rough on Hofzinser deck cut in three piles, top of each becomes selection, everywhere nowhere, based on Marlo's "'Tis Rough on Hofzinser" (Ibidem) 27
Art Altman Double Undercut Palm brief 29
Randy Wakeman Ace Cutting Collectors ace production followed by collectors 31
Edward Marlo, Art Altman Flip Flourish Production 31
Randy Wakeman The Formula One Card Routine six cardsAlso published here 34
Edward Marlo Visual Retention Switch 34
Randy Wakeman Unbelievably Copless Inspired by 37
Edward Marlo Propelled Lapping brief 37
Randy Wakeman Tri-Version out-jogged card visibly turns over, repeated, then deck turns overAlso published here 39
John F. Mendoza, Patrick Page One Handed Face Change Related to 39
Randy Wakeman The Spectator Cuts to and Turns Over the Aces basically the same as Ackerman's versionRelated toVariations 41
Randy Wakeman Cubic Zirconium Inspired by 42
Edward Marlo Bold Card Control 42
Edward Marlo Olram's Vanishing Deck 45
Edward Marlo Free Choice Sudden Aces 47
Edward Marlo Slide Lapping from top of deck 47
Edward Marlo Can't Wait Forever one of four cards changes into selection 49
Edward Marlo Can't See Location blank fan made, selection removed from it, inspired by Bill Simon effect 51
Edward Marlo Crimp of Center Card 51
Edward Marlo Removing Any Named Card from Fan edge-marked cards, memorized deck 52
Edward Marlo A Card Cheating Story odd-backed 54
Edward Marlo, Randy Wakeman Surprising the Seven Suspects multiple cards sandwiched, down under elimination, quartet kicker, faroInspired by 57
Edward Marlo Maximum Penetration deck visibly penetrates into card case, using solid deception deckInspired byAlso published here 60
Edward Marlo, Randy Wakeman The Card of a Thousand Faces "based on an unpublished Marlo routine"VariationsAlso published here 62
Edward Marlo An Oil and Water Phase 4&4, with remix phase 66
Edward Marlo Two Lapping Techniques - Direct Lapping 69
Edward Marlo Screened Lapping 69
Edward Marlo Dribble Replacement 73
Edward Marlo Latest Open Double Deal apparently two top cards are taken, really bottom top 75
Edward Marlo Daley's Last Method 75
Edward Marlo Not Disappointing aces transpose 76
Edward Marlo Latest K.M. Move breakless 78
Edward Marlo The Frictionless Bottom Deal faro set-up 80
Chris Kenner The No-Kick Portable Hole without kick move 81
Roger Klause Click Pass 81
Randy Wakeman In Conclusion 85